A number of engagements were
announced in Farmingdaie this
Mrs. John F. Geers of Cincinnati,
Ohio announced the engagement
of her daughter, Katherine
to John V. Donlon of Merritt
Miss Geers was graduated
from Good Samaritan Hospital
School of Nursing in Ohio. She
also received her B. S. in nursing
from St. Louis University and is
an instructor at Highland Hospital
School of Nursing, Rochester,
Donlon earned a B. A., BJS. and
MJS. degree in electrical engineering
from the University
of Notre Dame. He is now in his
fourth year of medicine at the
University of Rochester.
A June wedding is planned.
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Scully
of Sullivan Avenue, Farmingdaie
announced the engagement of
their daughter, Gail Theresa to
Robert F. Wilson III, son of Mrs.
Helen Wilson of Amagansettand
the late Robert E. Wilson Jr.
The bride to be is a graduate
of the State University at Oneonta
and is now employed as a teacher
in the Huntington School System.
Wilson is majoring in Business
Administration at Southampton
A July wedding is planned.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Dor-feister
of Farmingdaie announced
the engagement of their daughter,
Barbara Dianne to John Alan
Morgan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Morgan of Massapequa.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiener
are the proud parents of a baby
girl, Beth Lara, born last week.
Mrs. Wiener is the former Sue
Kagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mac Kagan of 184 Prospect Street,
Hawks Open Town League
Kids Carnival Nets $ 38
For Muscular Dystrophy
A carnival planned and carried
out by three South Farmingdaie
friends earned $ 38.00 for the
Muscular Dystrophy Fund. The
event was held at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Tracy, at20
Sixth Ave., South Farmingdaie.
The girls sold books, jewelry
and various articles donated by
their friends. There were games
and prizes, fortune telling and
fun. A turtle and tank which were
donated was won by Mary Zimmerman.
Hot dogs and rolls were
Patty Tracey, Nancy Johannes-sen
and Donna Zimmerman were
co- chairmen of the event.
Open House At State School
For the first time ever in the
history of a state school, the doors
are being swung wide open for all
to come and see the purpose and
possibilities of a school for r e tarded
children. The school is
the Suffolk State School, Melville.
" The Society for Good Will to
Retarded Children" will hold
" Open House" on Sunday, October
8, at 1: 00 p. m. in the school auditorium
There will also be a tour of the
school and its facilities.
Christine Grippo, Douglas Hynes, Cheryl Posillico, James Man-cuso
and Deborah Jacquin were named Seniors of the month at Farmingdaie
Senior High School. The quintet are all officers of the
Student Council and will be guests of the Farmingdaie Rotary Club.
Harry R. Joyce of 338 Staples
Street, Farmingdaie passed away
last Friday following a long
Mr. Joyce, a retired reporter,
is survived by his wife, Mildred
and a son, Ronald as well as
a sister, Winnie Kirby.
Religious services were conducted
by the Rev. Larry Walker
at the McCourt and Trudden
Funeral Home, on Monday at
1: 45 p. m. followed by interment
in Pinelawn Memorial Park.
Mike Zaino of 125 Front Street,
Farmingdaie, passed away last
Wednesday. The deceased was
the brother of Anthony, Rocco,
Elizabeth and Phyllis Zaino and
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Ann Eagle. Funeral arrangements
were under the direction
of the McCourt and Trudden
A Requiem Mass was offered
on Monday at St. Kilian's R. C.
• Church followed by interment at
Holy Rood Cemetery, Westbury.
Kurt Winkler of 216 Fulton
Street, Farmingdaie passed away
on Sunday. He is survived by
his wife, Alma. Religious services
were conducted by the Rev.
Bernhardt Bohrer at the McCourt
and Trudden Funeral Home, on
Wednesday at 8: 30 p. m. followed
by interment in Pinelawn Memorial
Park on Thursday.
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YOUTH COUNCIL, WINTER PROGRAM DISCUSSION.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND.
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Farmingdaie OBSERVER Thursday, October 5, 1967
The engagement of Nora Ann
Rash, daughter of the late Lyle
H. Rash of 109 Prospect Street,
Farmingdaie, to George Damm,
son of Mr. and Mrs. George J.
Damm of Barbara Court. North
Bellmore, was announced by her
mother at a recent party attended
by friends and relatives.
The bride elect is a 1963 graduate
of Farmingdaie High School
and is presently employed at
Meadowbrook H o s p i t a l . Her
fiance is employed by Esso
Humble Oil Co. in Oceanside. A
summer 1968 wedding is planned.
During the week of October
15th to22nd the FarmingrJale Fire
Department of the incorporated
Village will launch its Annual
Subscription Drive. Brochures
will be distributed to all residents
by the volunteers.
On Sunday, October 22nd, at
1: 30 the residential area will
The business district and the
apartment residents will not be
contacted personally, but will
receive a brochure and separate
Two football games were
played at Weldon E. Howitt field
last Saturday which marked the
opening of a new Town League.
Gold Hawks 13 Black Hawks 6
It seemed from the opening
kickoff that it would be a high
scoring game, when Steve Bongi-orno
took the kick on his own
35 yard line and raced 65 yards
for a score. This was to be the
last score for the Black Hawks,
however, Gold Hawk Anthony
came storming back with a 35
yard end run which set up Bill
Krug's touchdown. Later in the
third quarter, Krug scored again
and Gary Daler added the extra
point. A tough Gold Hawk defense
led by Milner, Bower, Hale
and Capobiana held the Black
Hawks in check.
Blue Hawks 12 Red Hawks 0
In a game featured by a strong
defense by the Blue Hawks line
and line backers, Tom Kowal-chuck
of the Blue Hawks scored
on an off- tackle slant from the
two yard line. The last score
came on a finely executed end
sweep good for 27 yards and a
score. Long runs by Pulasky
and Palmor highlighted the game
in which no passes were thrown.
In other games played last
weekend the Peanut Hawks defeated
Garden City 27 to 0. The
Peanuts opened the scoring after
an interception and 22 yard r e turn
by Kemechuk. On the first
play Geiersback broke through
the line for an 18 yard score.
After a sustained drive led by
Hushion and Dolan, Geiersback
broke over the right side for
another tally followed by a 13
yard jaunt behind the hard blocking
of Krsts and Kemechuk.
Pee Wee Hawks 33 Inwood 0
Lou Mangieri scored three
times on runs of 20,25 and 30
yards. Kevin Waters and Kani-mer
completed the scoring with a
43 yard run. Hamel and Milli-gan
displayed some fancy and
J. V. Hawks 25 Baldwin 0
The J. V's exploded against
an outclassed Baldwin eleven in
a game highlighted byaheads- up
defense. The Hawks found the
scoring touch in the second quarter
on a beautiful slant led by
guard Gabay and a bone crushing
block by Costigan as Dele-berti
skirted end from 21 yards
out for a score. The last tally
came on a fullback option play
to Dluzneski from Murphy.
Midget Hawks 19 Port Washington
In a game featuring fine team
work, the Midget Hawks stormed
over Port Washington by a 19- 6
score. Jim Teatom scored twice
and Mike Donavan tallied once
for the Midgets.
Massapequa Mustangs 34 Senior
A hard hitting and well drilled
Massapequa Mustang Eleven took
a Senior Hawk team in tow for
the first half when they rolled
over the Dalers for 28 points.
The Hawks stiffened in the second
half holding the winners to
Literacy Test Needed For First Time Voters
The Regents Literacy Tests
will be administered at the Farmingdaie
Senior High Schoolonthe
days of voter- registrationonSat-urday,
October 7 and on Monday
October 9. Those needing to qualify
as literate for purposes of
voting on Election Day on November
7, should come to the high
school on October 7, between the
hours of 7 a. m. and 10 p. m. or
October 9 between 10 a. m. and
10 p. m.
In order to vote for the first
time in New York State, a new
voter must present proof that
he is able, except for physical
disability, to read and write English.
A certificate of lite racy may
be issued only to those new voters
who have passed the Regents
Literacy Test, or who could have
passed the test except for physical
disability. Such certificate
may then be presented to the
Election Inspector or centra;
registration board as proof of
SUPREME COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY
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In the Matter of: NOTICE
the Town of Oyster:
Bay acquiring the :
fee title to certain:
parcels of real : u t
property for Park:
• O T N & A L E . INTENTION
in the vicinity of : « — . . • • - ..
Heisser Lane, in : TO MAKE
the Unincorporated: ^ PPLICA-Area
of the Town of: TION
Oyster Bay, Nas-:
sau County, New :
York, duly selected: TO
by the Town Board: CONDEMN.
of the Town of: index No.
Oyster Bay for:~
park purposes, ac-:
cording to law. : 7759/ 1967
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR AN ORDER OF THIS
COURT TO DETERMINE
COMPENSATION TO BE
MADE TO THE ONWERS OF
THE RIAL PROPERTY TO
WHICH THE FEE TITUS
ARE TO BE ACQUIRED AND
TO THE VESTING OF TITLE.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY
GIVEN that it is the intention
of the Town Attorney of the Town
of Oyster Bay, Nassau County,
New York, pursuant to the Town
Law, the County Government Law
of Nassau County, the Nassau
County Administrative Code, and
the amendments to said laws,
to make application to the
Supreme Court of the State of
New York, at Special Term of
the Court for Condemnation
thereof, before Mr. Justice
Howard T. Hogan, appointed to
be held in and for the County
of Nassau, at the Nassau County
Court House, Mineola, New York,
on the 16th day of October, l% 7,
at 9; 30 o'clock in the forenoon
of that day, or as soon then'
after as counsel can be heard,
for an Order to Condemn the
LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE
fee title in certain parcels of
real property, and that the compensation
to be made to the
owners of said real property
shall be determined by the Supreme
Court without a jury; the
said parcels of property are
described in the petition and
are shown upon a certain map
entitled " Map of Property on
Heisser Lane, Farmingdaie,
Nassau Co., N. Y., to be Acquired
by the Town of Oyster
Bay on behalf of the South Farmingdaie
Park District for Park
Purposes, Sec. 48, Lot 306, Block
518", dated Jan. 31. 1963, r e vised
Mar. 1, 1963, said map.
having been prepared by order
of the Town E3oard of the Town
of Oyster Bay, adopted by the
Town Board of the Town of
Oyster Bay on August 15. 1967.
after a public hearing and filed
in the Office of the County Clerk
of Nassau County on August 18,
That the Town of Oyster Bay
shall become vested with the
fee titles sought to be acquired
in this proceeding upon the entry
of the Order in the Office of the
County Clerk of Nassau Count}
granting the application to condemn.
Oyster Bay, New York
September 21, 1967
BERNARD F. McCAFFREY
Town Attorney for the
Town of Oyster Bay
Office and Post Office Address
Town Hall, Audrey Avenue
Oyster Bay, New York
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